Stanlee Alan Spalding

December 28, 1930November 13, 2012
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Stanlee A. Spalding of Citrus Heights, passed away on Nov 13 at the age of 81. Survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Carol; their children: Brenda, Susan N, Kenneth, Brian (deceased), Susan S; 6 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; his sister Ann; and step-father Jack.

Stan served in the US Navy (submarine unit), and retired from Sac County after 20 years as a Property Officer. Stan volunteered his time with AARP as a tax instructor/consultant for 18 years. He also held several positions with Crosswoods Home Owners Assoc, including the last 17 years as the Finance and Insurance Chair person. He will be greatly missed by the Crosswoods Community.

Stan loved the game of golf and was a member of the "Sons in Retirement" (SIRS #102) golf club, where he enjoyed many golf trips and activities with them.

He also enjoyed time spent with Carol and granddaughter Kristin, RVing, Fort Bragg, discussing history, amongst other trips and activities. Carol was blessed to have a husband that loved and cared for her and all their family and friends. A memorial service will be held on Fri, Nov 30 at 10am at Mount Vernon Memorial Park, 8201 Greenback Lane in Fair Oaks, with a reception to follow at the Carmichael Elks Lodge, 5631 Cypress Ave.


  • Memorial Service Friday, November 30, 2012

Stanlee Alan Spalding

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Jaclyn Gurule

January 19, 2013

It is so hard for me to be so far away from my family at times like these. I will miss my grandfather and I am saddened that my children didn't get to see him recently, but I know he loved us and was thinking of us often.

Donald Rehbein

November 29, 2012

I'v known Stan for 54 years. I never met a finer person He was my best friend and I will miss him greatly.

November 27, 2012

I knew Stan as the chair of the Crosswoods Financial & Insurance committee. His reputation was wonderful and he obviously had a brilliant financial mind. When he spoke everyone listened because he made the difficult easy to understand. The more I was exposed to his thinking and years of dedication to our community, the more I realized how extremely fortunate we as owners were to have him.

Jim Bryson
Board Director
Crosswoods HOA

Benny Beltran

November 27, 2012

Stan was a caring, gentle, man that always took the time to make others feel important and appreciated. I will miss him dearly.

Curtis Campbell

November 24, 2012

I worked with Stan at the Coroner's Office when he replaced Merv Born. He was a true gentleman.

Anne Mulkey

November 24, 2012

Stan and I were very close as brother and sister, even though we didn't see each other often. He had a long, full life, and was a great brother. Carol has told us that we had a lot of similarities in action and word. Being only a year apart, I guess we were more like twins. I loved Stan! and will miss him tremendously.

Sharon Johnson

November 22, 2012

I loved working with Stan for 10 years at Crosswoods HOA. Stan and Carol and I became very close friends during that time. Stan was a very caring and loving man, hard worker and you could always trust him. I will miss him.

November 21, 2012

I was married to Carolyn's brother, Clay, and I've known Stan since we were all in our 30s. He was always a gentleman and there to help when needed. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Jared Charlton

November 21, 2012

I loved talking to stan about history. Stan was very caring and understanding person and loved to talk about life in general. I loved hearing about his time in the navy so interesting.

November 21, 2012

I love you Uncle Stan...I will never ever forget you.